Introduction: How to Make Embossed Vellum Rose Wreath Card
This card is awesome, there is no other words for it! It is pretty, eyecatching and just so gorgeous, using cardstock and vellum to create a wreath made of embossed roses. There are a few different techniques in this tutorial to make the wreath but they are all easy when you see how.
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Step 1: Items Used
8x8inch White Card Blank Base
Matt & Layer Lilac cardstock base and I inked the edges with Anna Griffin French Gold ink pad
Layer another paper layer with a circle aperture in the middle
Presscut circle dies
Anna Griffin French Floral Cardstock Paper in floral collection to make paper ribbons for around the edge
Anna Griffin Garden Cuttings Kit dies and embossing folders to make the roses and the leaves
Lilac and Pink cardstock for the roses, Olive cardstock for the leaves
Vellum for the extra roses.
All the roses and the leaves were inked around the edges and lightly over the top of the embossing.
The vellum was tinted from behind, this technique can be seen at https://youtu.be/YXzSGfD1PPs
I used Silicone glue to attach the roses
The centre sentiment was from a sentiment kit and I created a paper ribbon background for it, this technique can be seen at https://youtu.be/YXzSGfD1PPs
Selection of tape and glue also from Stix2